In celebration of Black History Month, Nashville International Airport’s Arts at the Airport program will delight travelers and guests with a spotlight on African American music. Special performances will take place on three consecutive Thursdays this month at the pre-security area in the South Terminal near Green Beans Coffee. Arts at the Airport is growing in popularity and provides a soothing way to please passengers coming and going or even delayed.
The initial schedule for BNA’s Black History Month Arts at the Airport series is listed below. Find dates of additional performances by African American musicians at flynashville.com.
- February 10:
Skyler Harris, singer/songwriter/session vocalist and former contestant on NBC’s “The Voice.”
- February 17:
Fisk University’s Fisk Jazz Ensemble
- February 24:
The 474 Band featuring PMRnB
All performances are free and open to the public. Find more Black History Month special events and outings here.
Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. Learn more about African American contributions to music by visiting the newly opened National Museum of African American Music in downtown Nashville.